Our mission is to meet the challenge of climate change and provide good stewardship of our natural resources
Dairy farmers are environmental caretakers. They’re committed to managing land and water responsibly, reducing waste and greenhouse gases and protecting Australia’s natural resources for future generations.
30 ways Australian dairy is tackling climate change
With climate change comes increasing heatwaves, storms and drought which will affect our animals and milk production, as well as limit pasture growth and place increasing pressure on already stressed water resources.
As a result, dairy farmers and processors across the country are adapting their practices to take action on climate change.
Read about the 30 ways Australian dairy is meeting the challenge of climate change and reducing environmental impact, ensuring a more sustainable industry into the future.
To ensure we tackle climate change head on and are part of the solution, we have identified goals for 2030 around four key environmental areas. Learn more about these and some of the initiatives driving change below:
For more information on how the industry is working towards more sustainable practices, view the latest Australian Dairy Industry Sustainability Report.